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BBQ Chicken Pizza

Abbey Sharp from Abbey’s Kitchen knows that healthy eating is all about making beautiful food with tons of colorful veggies and lean protein. Flatout flatbreads are the perfect thing for her trio of pizza recipes she makes outside on the grill. We love them all so much, there’s no way we can pick a favorite; it’s a win-win-win!

Abbey made us three lovely flatbread pizza recipes, so be sure to get the recipes for her other flatbreads: the Pear, Walnut and Blue Cheese Pizza, and Corn Cilantro Pesto Pizza with Tomatoes and Avocado. They will not disappoint!

In this recipe, Abbey adds pickled jalapeños to her fabulous take on a classic: BBQ chicken pizza. Crack open a bottle of your favorite sauce, slice up some pineapple, and get ready to make more than one of these, because they’ll go fast.

Thanks, Abbey!

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Spicy Hawaiian Pizza

No plane ticket needed, just turn on the oven and bake up a flatbread tropical paradise in mere minutes. This spicy, Hawaiian style flatbread pizza is a great solution for a weeknight dinner that’s SmartPoints friendly. Thin crust flatbread, juicy pineapple, thick cut Canadian bacon…eating well never tasted so good! Put on a grass skirt and start swaying to the music in our sweet new video:

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Spicy Hawaiian Pizza

Even though I love dessert, I’m not too big a fan about sweet things in food I eat outside of dessert. For example, I rarely mix sweet flavors and meat, but this flatbread recipe for a spicy, Hawaiian style pizza really works. I didn’t really enjoy this pizza until a chef I used to work with puréed the fresh pineapple into the tomato sauce, in what I discovered to be a stroke of brilliance. Gone were the mushy, hot chunks of pineapple, and in its place, a spicy zesty tomato sauce with a subtle sweet fruitiness. Perfection!

Pineapples can be found in abundance in the wintertime, so I make this flatbread recipe using whatever bits of pineapple won’t fit in my big container once I cut up the largest pineapple I can find. And because I hate to waste even a little pineapple, I make a fermented beverage called tepache with the core and the skin of the fruit. Super easy and made with piloncillo sugar, some cloves, a stick of cinnamon, and fennel or anise seeds, tepache is delicious and has lots of healthy probiotics. And the best part is, it tastes like liquid pineapple!

It’s so cold here, and overtime a storm is forecast in the weather report, I run to the store and grab the ingredients to make this, along with the usual eggs, milk, and bread. I can’t help it! The next time you’re at the store, grab some Flatout flatbreads and a couple big pineapples and try this pizza. It will propel you right out of those winter blues, no matter the weather, and transport you to a tropical destination, I promise.

-Amy at Flatout

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Al Pastor Pizza

Karen Delgado of the blog Mi Cocina Rápida makes a flatbread pizza that is better than your favorite taco, using tender pork cooked with dried chilis and sweet sweet pineapple. This flatbread goes great with a light cerveça, too. Thanks, Karen!

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